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A perfect setting for ESPN: Sundance Square

Posted 3:37pm on Thursday, Feb. 03, 2011

Sundance Square is officially the sports capital of the country this week as ESPN anchors 80 hours of live radio and TV programming from downtown Fort Worth during Super Bowl week.The popular radio talk show Mike & Mike in the Morning kicked things off Monday at 5 a.m., and already there were a few hundred fans shivering in the chilly morning temperatures to catch a glimpse of North Texas history. Celebrities and sports stars will be shuffling in and out of the ESPN studios all week, and the network says no matter how cold things get, the shows will go on.

ESPN's Super Bowl week programming


Feb. 3-4

5-9 a.m.: Mike & Mike in the Morning (ESPN Radio/ESPN2)

8-11 a.m.: SportsCenter segments (ESPN)

9 a.m.-noon: The Herd With Colin Cowherd (ESPN Radio/ESPNU)

10 a.m.-noon (Friday only): SportsCenter Special (ESPN)

Noon -1:15 p.m.: SportsCenter segments

1-3 p.m.: Scott Van Pelt Show (ESPN Radio/partial simulcast ESPN2)

1-2 p.m. (Friday only): NFL Semenal (ESPN Deportes)

2-3:30 p.m.: SportsCenter Special/NFL Live (ESPN)

3-4 p.m.: Sports Nation (ESPN2)

3:30-4 p.m.: Rome Is Burning (ESPN)

5-6 p.m.: SportsCenter (ESPN)

7-8 p.m.: ESPN International segments

8-10 p.m.: SportsCenter (ESPN)

Segments from ESPN shows First Take, Outside the Lines, Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption and more also will originate daily from Sundance Square.

Saturday, Feb. 5

9-10 a.m.: SportsCenter (ESPN)

10-noon: NFL Matchup (ESPN) (airs Sunday morning)

5-6 p.m.: SportsCenter (ESPN)

TBD -- ESPN International coverage

TBD -- Sports Reporters (ESPN) (airs Sunday morning)

Sunday, Feb. 6

9 a.m.-1 p.m.: Sunday NFL Countdown (ESPN)

9-midnight: SportsCenter (ESPN)

These are production times; some shows will not air live. Subject to change.

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